“Dragon Ball Super”: Chris Ayers, voice of Freeza, passed away at 56 Twitter Celebs NNDC | SHOWS


Chris Ayers, voice actor who for years lent his voice to different anime characters, being that of Freeza in “Dragon Ball Super” the one who made him known worldwide, passed away at 56 years of age.

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The sad news was announced by Ayres’s girlfriend, also the voice actress Krystal LaPorte, who through An emotional message he shared on his Twitter account expressed the deep pain he feels.

“On October 18 at 8:40 pm my world went dark. Christopher Owen Ayres died peacefully in the company of his mother, brother and girlfriend (…), his hands were held, his face was kissed ”, it is read at the beginning of the text.

LaPorte also recalled in his statement the love his partner felt for all his fans, and he went to those who at all times were aware of his state of health to thank them for the love they gave him.

“I loved them all. For those of you who really loved him, thank you. For those of you who kept in touch, visited him, reminded him how much he was, much more than his job. You were the fuel of their fight “added.

At the end of her message, the actress assured that they were “Your dreams about the future” the ones that kept him alive. “I hope that, where you are, the first thing you have done is breathe long and deeply with your perfect lungs and you have returned to dancing”, culminated.

Chris Ayers died after a long struggle, as in 2017 he was diagnosed with end-stage cardiac obstructive pulmonary disease that led him to undergo surgery on several occasions, but the cause of his death has not been specified.

According to Comic Book News, received a double lung transplant in 2019. On his Facebook page, he kept his fans updated on his health status and had a GoFundMe page for help with his medical costs.

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